August 18, 2011 (Laguna) – How did people live on Laguna Mountain more than a century ago? Find out September 3 and 4, when the Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association celebrates its 25th annual living history celebration.
Take a guided tour to relive the travels of a 1908 pioneer family, visit an encampment of mountain men, learn about Native Ameriacns, rugged cowboys, and the first Cleveland National Forest ranger.
“Lore of the Lagunas – A Walk Back in Time” will be held September 3-4 starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Red-Tailed Roost volunteer headquarters on Sunrise Highway (just past the 22.5 mile marker on the left). Continuous tours will be held.
Admission is free; donations are accepted. For more information, visit www.lmva.org or contact:
Laguna Mountain Visitors Center (weekends) (619) 473-8547
Living History Chair, J. Tubiolo (619) 443-1756
Cleveland National Forest, Alpine office (619) 445-6235